Previous seminars

OPHI Seminar Series

The OPHI seminar series brings together academic staff and students interested in multidimensional poverty in an informal intellectual and social environment. They will be held at Queen Elizabeth House, 3 Mansfield Road, Oxford OX1 3TB. Everyone is welcome. More details below.

Lunchtime Seminar Series,
Michaelmas Term 2019
Fridays, 1pm–2pm, Seminar Room 2

Convenors: Dr. N. Quinn and Dr. R. Nogales

18 October: Dr. Ricardo Nogales, OPHI
‘The first revision of the global MPI: Empirical insights and robustness’

25 October: Mr. Jeff Pagel, University of Barcelona
‘Multidimensional energy poverty: A quasi-experimental approach applied to education’

1 November: Prof. Sabina Alkire 
‘The role of inequality in poverty measurement’

15 November: Dr. Matthew Robson, University of York
‘Relationships between monetary poverty and the global MPI: Joint, separate or correlated distributions?’

22 November: Dr. Usha Kanagaratnam
‘Revisions of the global multidimensional poverty index (MPI): Indicator options and their empirical assessment’

29 November: Mr. Patrick Kabanda
‘The creative wealth of nations’

06 December: Dr. Nicolai Suppa, Centre for Demographic Studies, Barcelona
‘Sensitivity analyses in poverty measurement: The case of the global multidimensional poverty index’

Complimentary sandwich lunch available (first come, first served).
All welcome.